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The Jewish Question: an Empirical Examiniation | Ideas and Data

The Jewish Question: an Empirical Examiniation
APRIL 24, 2018APRIL 27, 2018
This post will be about the Jewish Question. Specifically, I am going to empirically document the
following claims:
Jews are vastly overrepresented in positions of power and cultural influence
Jewish elites are far to the left of gentile elites and have moved shifted the distribution of political
opinion among American elites from centrism to leftism
Jewish leftism and success can partly be explained by their mean IQs, living in large cities,
personality traits, and possibly certain cultural values, but ethnocentrism also plays an important
role that should not be ignored.
After documenting these claims, I am going to spend some time on what implications can be drawn
from them, and how people interested in White identity politics should act in light of them.

A Brief Word on Jewish History
The exact origins of the Jewish people are somewhat unclear, but it began somewhere around Israel
more than three thousand years ago. Since then, Jews have migrated out of Israel numerous times,
creating a diaspora. Through this process, a fairly large number of Jewish populations have existed
throughout history in places as far from Israel as China. Today, most of these populations only exist in
Israel, with more than 95% of the worlds non-Israeli Jews being Ashkenazi Jews, a group which
migrated from Israel to central and northern Europe sometime before the year 600 AD.
In 629 AD, King Dagobert of France expelled Jews from his kingdom. Following the Norman
Conquest of 1066, some Jews moved to England, but they were expelled in 1290. The same occurred in
Austria in 1298, France in 1394 and in Germany sometime in the 1400s, Spain in 1492, Naples in 1493,
Portugal in 1496, and all Papal states but Rome in 1569. Having been expelled from Western Europe,
the Jewish people moved to Eastern Europe. By the late 1800s, however, the Russian empire had
begun the pogroms, and 50 years later the Nazis got going. This all caused an immigration wave of
Jews moving to Anglo nations worldwide, South America and, later, Israel.
Two facts immediately standout about Jewish history. First, Jews still exist. This itself is noteworthy. It
is difficult to keep a population genetically isolated for over a thousand years in a foreign land. To do
so multiple times over, across as wide a range of nations of the Jews have lived in, is truly remarkable.
Jews accomplished this feat by genetically and culturally isolating themselves from the populations
they lived among. The second thing that stands out about Jews is that anti-Semitism seems to follow
them everywhere they go including, most recently, the middle east. Anti-Semitism is in part the result
of the economic success of Jews, but it is also related to the first noteworthy fact about Jewish history,
their isolation from the populations they live among. Thus, the long history of the Jewish people
works as a kind of preface for an analysis of what Jewish people have been up to in the last hundred
years or so.

Jewish Elites
Anti-Semites are fond of pointing out that Jewish people control various industries or are vastly
overrepresented in various positions of power. As it turns out, empirical data strongly supports these
claims. (I eventually stopped citing stuff in this section. Unless otherwise noted, it all comes from
Lynn, 2011 (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0071Q8DDM/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?
_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1), which one can find a free pdf of online).